Bangladesh, while seen nominally as a parliamentary democracy, is in reality largely governed by traditional customs and mores that define everyday social and political relations.Read more
We know it’s been a difficult year for journalists and journalism. All the more reason Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is pleased to have selected six organizations across the Asia-Pacific region that will work to advance reporting on critical environmental issues in 2021.
Shefali Begum was forced to leave her village of Gabura near the Sundarbans delta in the southwestern part of Bangladesh after Cyclone Aila struck in 2009, devastating the land and leaving her destitute.
Bangladesh is one of the countries most impacted by climate change. On the coast of the Bay of Bengal, in particular, there is a severe lack of clean drinking water. The region is also affected by high levels of salinity, which harms crop cultivation.
More than a dozen media outlets in Bangladesh have reported on the latest round of journalists
Fighting the COVID-19 info-demic with facts: H2H fund awards funding to leading information and communication expert organisations to develop global, regional and local factual information and dispel harmful rumours
GENEVA , 25 February 2020 - The H2H Network has funded four independent international organisations focused on communication and information to assist the global response to the COVID-19 (coronavir
Viewers get a glimpse into the life and struggles of the marginalised people living in Ukhiya through the diverse captures displayed by the participants
A total 67 photographs were on display at the exhibition, titled Building Peace : Youth in Cox’s Bazar Explore Diversity.” The photos expressed the stories and reality of the Rohingya and those who are hosting them
Since 2017, more than 740,000 Rohingya, a Muslim minority ethnic group in predominantly Buddhist Myanmar, have fled to Bangladesh because of extreme violence in their home communities.
Evaluation reports: community engagement, accountability and information needs within the Rohingya response
An Information Needs Assessment finds that there is a dramatic increase in the number of refugees who say they now have enough information to make decisions about their daily lives